Dr. Amy Harder, University of Florida

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Dr. Amy Harder is an Associate Professor of Extension Education in the Department of Agricultural Education and Communication at the University of Florida. She holds a doctoral degree in agricultural education from Texas A&M University, with a program emphasis in program planning and evaluation methods. Her BS and MAS degrees are from Colorado State University in equine science and extension education, respectively. Dr. Harder teaches courses in change theory and international extension systems. She also leads the Program Development and Evaluation Center for UF/IFAS Extension and is Director of Research for the Global Education Lab. She is Executive Editor for the Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education. Her research interests include the development of professional and organizational capacity in domestic and international extension settings and the examination of environmental context on meaningful, engaged learning.

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Dr. Amy Harder
Associate Professor & Extension Specialist
Department of Agricultural Education and Communication
University of Florida
amharder@ufl.edu

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This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, New Technologies for Ag Extension project.